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Lagrenay rose rifle in hand, but the two Americans disarmed him, and forced him to reseat himself.
THE MISSOURI OUTLAWSGUSTAVE AIMARD
Novices sometimes try to reseat a valve by the use of emery.
Ragna stopped, but did not reseat herself, so both remained standing.
RAGNAANNA MILLER COSTANTINI
Count Monte Nuovo bowed and signed to her to reseat herself.
THE PRUSSIAN TERRORALEXANDRE DUMAS
He looked up at the light shining down through the drawn curtain, and hurriedly shut it out, to reseat himself and think.
THE MAN WITH A SHADOWGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
I think I shall have to get some one to reseat my pantaloons.'
He trembled visibly and stood up, though his emotion compelled him instantly to reseat himself.
A SINGER FROM THE SEAAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
I therefore made haste to leave in good time and to reseat myself in the machine.

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